Challenges and perspectives of regional cooperation within COOMET - The Euro-Asian Regional Metrology Organization
AbstractThe creation of the metrological infrastructure providing traceable results of the measurement is one of the major tasks of COOMET member-countries from Central Asia and to Caucasian Region. COOMET successfully cooperates in developing the basic metrology infrastructures of these countries. In accordance with strategic aims COOMET also supports metrological knowledge transfer and developing technical competence for innovations and scientific research. For the purpose of implementing joint research projects a TC 5 was established. Cooperation within TC 5 aims at activating the NMIs of COOMET member countries in the global integration process in science, technology and high-end manufacturing.
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